A very pleasant 16km southerly circular walk from Jarrahdale township, which is a 25 minute drive from Armadale. The walk returns beside the pretty cascades of Kitty’s Gorge. Our route is mostly, but not entirely, on track. There is one long, steepish climb - up Scarp Road after our morning crossing (thankfully, on a bridge) of the Serpentine River.
Armadale Railway Station - near the entrance of the northern carpark.
|Distance||>10 km||>15 km||15-18 km||18-20+ km|
|Gradient||Flat||Gentle hills||Short steep hills||Steep hills|
|Track Quality||Well formed||Formed track||
Formed and some
|Experience||Some walking||Some bushwalking||Some bushwalking||
|Walking Time||2-3 hours||>4 hours||>5 hours||>6 hours|
|Type of Walk||Half day||Half to full day||Full day||
Full day or
THIS IS A GUIDE ONLY Walkers are responsible for their own ability to complete a walk.
FOR LEADERS If in doubt you should over rate to avoid attracting walkers who are not capable of completing the event. A GPS or Smart phone can help determine the cumulative elevation of the walk. There are excellent free apps available which allow you to record a prewalk or to download walks from other web sites like www.walkgps.com.au.